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This Chonky Sphynx Cat Is Basically All Of Us In January

This Chonky Sphynx Cat Is Basically All Of Us In January

A Buddha-bellied Sphynx cat has gone viral after his owner shared a video of him looking a little chonky, to say the least.

The footage shows the kitty, named Amsterdam, giving us some serious January feels as he sits up like a human with his big bald belly on full display.

In the clip, 7.5kg Amsterdam's abundance of rolls are also visible for all to see, as he lounges alongside fellow Sphynx cat Neytiri.

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He's literally our spirit animal.

Amsterdam the chonky cat is all of us (Credit: Caters)
Amsterdam the chonky cat is all of us (Credit: Caters)

We don't know about you, but we're pretty much still full up from all the gorging we did at Christmas, and the abundance of New Year snacks hitting the shelves has somewhat postponed our January health kick so far.

But adorable six-year-old Amsterdam doesn't seem bothered about all that 'New Year, New Me' rubbish, either, dozing about and looking oh so comfortable in his bald, chonky skin.

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His owner Jana filmed the chunky feline in her home in Vienna, Austria, and it didn't take long before people were sharing it far and wide.

Amsterdam was rocking his rolls (Credit: Caters)
Amsterdam was rocking his rolls (Credit: Caters)

Jana said: "I thought it was very funny but also very special for me to see them like this.

"The reason why he was sitting like this is because there is an infrared heater on the wall and the cats love to sleep there."

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We're obsessed.

Talking of chonky animals, have you seen Labrador-Pit Bull, Bella, who was literally mistaken for a bear because of her hefty frame?

Bella's owner owner Nick says she wouldn't hurt a flea despite her daunting size (Credit: Caters)
Bella's owner owner Nick says she wouldn't hurt a flea despite her daunting size (Credit: Caters)

The pooch weighs in at 140lbs - the equivalent of ten stone - and all that fur means that her owner Nick regularly has to explain she's just a pup and not a dangerous grizzly.

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Nick said: "A lot of my friends mistake Bella for a bear when they first see her.

"Some older adults are frightened but she wouldn't harm a single flea. Little kids will run straight up to her and she'll lick them."

One thing is for sure, if Bella came bounding over to us, we certainly couldn't be scared. Just look at that cuddly face.

Featured Image Credit: Caters

Topics: Dog, Funny, Cat, Life, Animals

Joanna Freedman

Joanna is a journalist at Tyla with a particular interest in highlighting women's issues and telling inspiring first person stories. She's also their resident foodie, and loves covering exciting new beauty launches, too. Contact her at [email protected]

 

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